Taking a large piece of luggage on a plane means that you will nearly always have to check it. This can cause extra wait times at airports, increase the risk of lost luggage, and extra baggage fees. People traveling by train or bus may find that using large luggage annoys fellow passengers, or makes it more difficult for other people to stow their items. Medium sized luggage, with an average 56-litre capacity, provides a generous space, while ensuring that the external dimensions of your suitcase are manageable and compact. Some people say that matching the luggage to the length of your stay forces you to pack sensibly making your holiday even more enjoyable. If your travel itinerary involves multiple forms of transport with trips between stations and airport, then its neat and efficient size means that you can easily keep in with you on the Tube, train or bus. Medium sized luggage really comes into it’s own on these occasions and reduces the stress you sometimes feel when transporting larger items. It’s a perfect solution for romantic weekends away, as well as short stays and city breaks. Hideo Wakamatsu has given each of his medium sized suitcase designs a choice of carrying positions – with grab and telescopic trolley handles. Plus each suitcase has a 4 wheel assembly featuring swivel, silent-running wheels which makes for great stability and maneuverability. Check out the hard-sided and soft sides suitcase options to see which fits best. Each suitcase is not only beautiful but also utterly practical with pockets, mesh dividers, and zipped compartments – to make packing simple and effortless.